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I am having great trouble getting the OA Flap on Centennenial pocket. The flap was created using the "older" shirt pocket flap as a sizing key. The Centennial uniform has a much smaller pocket flap.
What have you done to make it look like it fits?
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Center the flap and sew it on. Keep the top even with the top seam. Mine hangs over also. Not a big deal
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wagionvigil wrote:Center the flap and sew it on. Keep the top even with the top seam. Mine hangs over also. Not a big deal
The problem is not the extra that hangs over the pocket, it's what hangs over the belt.
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Our lodge has down-sized our flap.
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